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  • Libertarianism offers an alternative to both Democrats and Republicans

    I read with delight and surprise the article describing the increased interest in libertarianism ("GOP rocked as Libertarians roll," Aug. 4). It's refreshing when The Sun shines a favorable light on any political party other than its beloved Democrats....
  • Afternoon tea set for Historic Oakland

    These groups meet regularly. Sunday Afternoon Tea at Historic Oakland — Feb. 24, 3:30-5 p.m., Historic Oakland, 5430 Vantage Point Road, Columbia. Two-course repast will be served. $25 per person. Registration required. 410-730-4801 or http://www....
  • Rand Paul seeking plaintiffs, funds for suit against NSA

    Sen. Rand Paul is recruiting plaintiffs – and seeking donations – for a class-action lawsuit against the National Security Agency. “Dear Patriot,” the Kentucky Republican wrote Thursday in an e-mail to supporters. “I’...
  • Can we trust the NSA?

    Can we trust the NSA?
    The dividing line between those who are creeped out by the National Security Agency's surveillance of phone calls and Internet communications and those who are cool with it comes down to a simple question: Do you trust the federal government not to misuse...
  • Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

    Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. --  Republican Jason Smith won a comfortable victory Tuesday over 7 opponents including fellow state representative Steve Hodges to take over the Missouri Congressional seat previously held by fellow Republican Jo Ann Emerson. With...
  • As we head for the cliff, Congress throws Corzine a lifeline

    As we head for the cliff, Congress throws Corzine a lifeline
    In case anyone missed the news — and judging by the fact that there aren't angry mobs storming Washington, everyone missed the news — Congress recently absolved Jon Corzine of being criminally responsible for actions that "wiped out...
  • Maryland turnout off, but Obama's support slips little

    Voter turnout in Maryland in 2012's general election dropped by more than 8 percentage points from 2008 but President Obama's vote percentage slipped much less than in  other states, according to the State Board of Elections. Unofficial figures show a...
  • Angry Republican Vows to "Boycott Democrats"

    Angry Republican Vows to "Boycott Democrats"
    A lot has been written about President Obama’s reelection, but none of it is half as entertaining as this article from NY Mag, in which the author asks Libertarian and Obama-hater Eric Dondero whether he would save a Democrat from drowning. You see,...
  • Gun licensing won't reduce crime

    Gun licensing won't reduce crime
    I take very strong exception to your recent editorial, "Meaningful gun control" (Feb. 26). First of all, why should I need a license from the state to exercise a constitutional right? Should I need a license (and pay a fee and attend a training class)...
  • In pre-debate debate, a civil appeal for student activism

    In pre-debate debate, a civil appeal for student activism
    An hour before Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama squared off on national television on Oct. 3, the pre-presidential-debate debate got under way at Carroll Community College, with one student speculating out loud, "I wonder when the shoe-throwing is...
  • Delaney, Bartlett spar on economy, immigration

    Delaney, Bartlett spar on economy, immigration
    Incumbent Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett and Democratic challenger John Delaney pitched vastly different approaches to deal with unemployment, federal deficits and immigration, while both hewed closely to their party's talking points Wednesday during the first...